I’m gonna be honest. I bought a kit from the competition. This was a reason to get a complete kit quickly and at a good price… I hope you understand this.
Getting to the point, I bought a Robobloq Qoopers, it brings a modified Mega2560 similar to the Auriga, but with a couple of sensors less. My original idea is to use this as an interface and control it with a Rpi3.
In this way, I start to investigate and I see that the Python support in Robobloq is not fully supported. Basically it is “embedded” in its own IDE (I did some reverse engineering, and it works under a Nodejs socket and http server that listen and interface to the Python code that one can put in the IDE) so it doesn’t have a direct Python support at least for the time being.
I kept researching and found https://github.com/Makeblock-official/PythonForMegaPi , the information and software I was just needing !
In order to find a quick solution it occurred to me to maybe use this software with the Qmind Plus board, being both boards based on Mega2560, I think maybe it could work… Until the manufacturer or the community advances with a python support.
Schemas for Mega2560 Qmind Plus: https://github.com/Robobloq2018/Open-source-hardware/tree/master/K1%20Qmind%20Plus
Finally the question is: Could it be dangerous to flash the MegaPi firmware in Robobloq Qmind Plus? Could I damage any hardware components?
I hope with a little hope for help.